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Can you identify the quote as taken from the 2015 UK Election Manifesto presented by the Conservatives (C) or by Labour (L)?

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We will replace the Jobseeker’s Allowance for 18-21 year-olds with a Youth Allowance that will be time-limited to six months...
We will create a Cancer Treatments Fund so patients have access to the latest drugs, surgery and radiotherapy.
Every policy in this manifesto is paid for. Not one commitment requires additional borrowing. We are the first party to make that pledge and with this manifesto it is delivered.
We will create 3 million new apprenticeships; take everyone earning less than £12,500 out of Income Tax altogether and pass a law to ensure we have a Tax-Free Minimum Wage...
We will publish a Violence against Women and Girls Bill, appoint a commissioner to set minimum standards in tackling domestic and sexual violence...
We will invest a record £13 billion in transport for the North. We will electrify the main rail routes, build the Northern Hub, and provide new trains for the North.
We will introduce satellite tracking for every foreign national offender subject to an outstanding deportation order or deportation proceedings.
For older people, the normal setting for care should increasingly be the home, not the hospital. We will recruit 5,000 new home-care workers – a new arm of the NHS...
We will balance the books by cutting the deficit every year, with a surplus on the current budget and with national debt falling as soon as possible in the next Parliament.
We will increase competition in the housebuilding industry by backing small builders, including through our Help to Build scheme, and by getting the public sector building again.
We will devolve far-reaching powers over economic development, transport and social care to large cities which choose to have elected mayors.
We will build up our NHS so that it has time to care, funding 8,000 more GPs, 20,000 more nurses and 3,000 more midwives...
And we will introduce widespread random testing of drug use in jails...
[PARTY] will improve productivity by building a long-term investment culture in the private and public sectors, and supporting small businesses...
We will tackle intimidation of non-striking workers; legislate to ensure trade unions use a transparent opt-in process for union subscriptions...
We will continue to invest in mobile infrastructure to deliver coverage for voice calls and text messages for the final 0.3 – 0.4 per cent of UK premises...
We will give employers more control over apprenticeships funding and standards. In return, we will ask them to increase the number of high quality apprenticeships...
We will also help consumers to buy British by pushing for country of origin labelling in Europe, particularly for dairy products...
We will restore your right to access a specific, named GP – something that [PARTY] abolished.
To raise standards within policing, all police officers will be required to become Chartered Officers, holding a registration with the College of Policing...
So we will double the current two weeks of paternity leave to four weeks, and increase the amount of paternity pay from £140 to more than £260 a week...
We will work to secure defence jobs across the UK, protect the supply chain and support industry to grow Britain’s defence exports.
We will encourage other countries to follow the EU’s lead in banning animal testing for cosmetics...
We will embark on the biggest devolution of power to our English city and county regions in a hundred years with an English Devolution Act.
We will outlaw groups that foment hate with the introduction of new Banning Orders for extremist organisations.
The crisis in Ukraine over the past year has demonstrated the importance of NATO and the EU...
This will need common sense spending reductions, outside of the protected areas of health, education and international development...
We will recruit an additional 1,000 borders staff, paid for by a small charge on non-visa visitors to the UK.
International evidence and Treasury analysis shows that the only way to keep our economy secure for the future is to eliminate the deficit entirely and start running a surplus.
We will introduce full exit checks, so that we can count people in and out of the country.
Everyone who works with the public in our public services must be able to speak English.
We will make sure our financial services industry is the best regulated in the world with our new system of supervision led by the independent Bank of England.
...we will take forward a new Right to Build, requiring councils to allocate land to local people to build or commission their own home...

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